Sharon Osbourne, host of CBS The Talk, is back and is better looking than ever!
Co-hosts Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond join Sharon Osbourne as they take on topics that include: Politics, Pop Culture, current events and more. The Talk on CBS is entering its 10th season!
Sharon Osbourne has been a force on The Talk, being extremely outspoken about her opinions. Sharon first got her start on MTV’s The Osbournes. The reality show starred herself and husband Ozzy Osbourne as they kept up with a lavish Beverley Hills lifestyle and 2 teenagers.
Sharon then went on to be a judge on several competition shows such as America’s Got Talent. People always in front of the camera choose to get plastic surgery because it helps them look more natural. Most of the time when a patient comes in for Botox, Necktite, or a facelift it’s because they don’t want to keep wearing makeup all the time
After years and years on television Sharon decided to open up about her plastic surgery choices.
Many celebrities choose not to discuss their plastic surgery procedures with the public, however Sharon has had a history with plastic surgery and her views on it. Through many years of pictures and television appearances we have seen Sharons face change quite a bit!
The 66-year-old daytime host has had her 4th facelift procedure and looks better than ever!
“It was five weeks ago today I had my operation and I had my neck done, my jowls gone” she confessed. “Everything was just lifted up so it looks more refreshed and more tight.”
The Facelift procedure helps create a natural youthful result with remarkable effectiveness! Dr. Shah’s approach to the facelift is very unique in that he is able to slide deeper tissues into a more attractive position.
What causes aging?
Well there answer isn’t so simple. There are many factors that contribute to an aging face.
- Skin- The skin of the face can become lax with age. The skin loses collagen and its quality is overall thinner with age. A face and neck lift can address the excess skin issue by removing excess skin. The skin itself often needs to be resurfaced with a laser to help it have more collagen.
- Fat- We lose fat over time and some of the fat descends into areas where it no longer was present such as the jowls and neck. Dr. Shah addresses this issue by sculpting the excess fat with liposuction techniques with micro cannulas, facetite and other modalities. For descended fat, he can reposition the fat to help the face appear in a more ideal location. For patients missing fat and volume, fat grafting and nanofat grafting can help restore a youthful countenance. Fillers and fat can be used to replenish the face.
- Muscle- Muscle is the one layer often failed to be addressed by most facelifts. Dr. Shah’s approach involves lifting the muscle of the face and neck rather than the SMAS. The advantages of lifting the muscle is that a more natural contour can be created and avoids the overly pulled look seen with excessive skin removal.
- Bone- We lose bone over time. Don’t think so. Ever wonder how an archeologist can tell the difference between an 80 year old and 24 year old skull. So how does one replace bone? In some cases the use of anatomically accurate implants can help. This is done on a case by case basis.